National Museum of Bhutan is located in Taosung Fort, Paro’s ancient observatory. Founded in 1968 with the reconstruction of the Taishin Fort in the reign of King Dovik Chuk Khuk, King Rama III, the museum collects art, crafts, costumes, woven cloth, armor, mask, hat, harness, ancient script, Or clay sculpture rebellion. And there is a show room to watch. There are stamps, stamps, silk stamps, three-dimensional stamps. Commemorative stamps in the royal ceremony. Triangle stamp There are over 3,000 exhibits and more than 1,500 years old.
The Bhutanese culture and traditions of Bhutan are well-known here. The museum building is currently undergoing some repairs that have been damaged by the earthquake. Visitors can see the way behind the museum. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 9.00 am to 17.00 pm and closed on public holidays.